When two creative minds come together you know something good is coming and well, it’s here! My wife and I spent an evening with Jenika’s Lens Photography for a maternity session and from that came some gorgeous photos and my newest Braden Storrs: Photo|Video video, check it out!
There are very few moments so special, so precious as when a child enters the world. For the parents it means a whole new life full of challenges but great rewards. The child is completely innocent and helpless as it enters our world, dependent on its parents for every need. There is a connection between parent and child that a camera cannot capture fully.
The LONG awaited Canon 5D mark III has arrived with HUGELY improved ISO performance (which is saying something when considering how good the 5D Mark II was), a vastly improved 61 point autofocus system (Autofocus was one of te 5D Mark II’s biggest shortcomings), new great color metering sensor, a new processor, new 60P shooting in video mode, new, more efficient, video formats, and a new 22.3MP Sensor. Color, detail, moire, rolling shutter, all have been improved. From various articles and videos I’ve seen this appears to be a very solid camera that will prove to be a valuable tool for photographers (especially event/wedding/portrait photographers) and videographers.
I personally use the Canon 60D which is an amazing tool in itself BUT, the 5D Mark III has stepped up to a whole new level of performance and when possible so will I.
Follow the link above to get the whole run down of the camera. Enjoy!
Many people bemoaned the fact that when Final Cut Pro X came out there was no way to open old FCP 7 or older projects in it. That is no longer an issue with a app called 7 to X. Here’s the proof, a sequence I created in FCP 7 that is now open and operating in FCP X! You’ll notice how it used markers to retain the in and out points for the clips. I had retimed some of the clips and that was in tact as well.
This is my work, this is my fun…what’s the difference… :)
A new update came out yesterday, Final Cut Pro X is now all grown up! All the pro features that were lacking with FCPX’s release have been added and improved when compared to FCP7. It’s now ready to play with the big boys. It’s freakin awesome! :-)
One of my favorite episodes that I edited together from last season of the [Framed] Show! It’s a fun one. That photographer/makeup team is awesome. We bring you [Framed] from MediaPoint Studios (formerly B Roll Production Company). I mainly work as an video editor there. Check it!!